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Remembrance Day

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As usual, we will be open on Saturday but closed on Monday as Nov. 11th is Remembrance Day. 

Photo: Manjit, Vera and Nutan at the Remembrance Tree on Friday at the end of the work day.

Join us this week to honour those who fought and died in war, with our Remembrance Day Tree, something that we have done for many years now. Pick up a poppy at Lee's Food Mart and place it on the tree anytime this week.

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Don't Miss Out

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Want to get all the latest from MTSO on Facebook? We hope so!

Have you been missing us in your newsfeed? Here's what to do:

Like and follow us!  If you're already a follower at Massage Therapy Supply Outlet and would like to continue seeing the latest posts, go to our Facebook page, click on the 'Following' dropdown, then select 'See first'.

Facebook has made changes to the newsfeed that may reduce the number of stories you see, but this will fix it.

Our new cover photo features our famous linens. 100% cotton. Check them out HERE.

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Our gratitude: we are all visitors

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For Canada 150, all of us at Massage Therapy Supply Outlet want to extend our deepest gratitude to the first peoples of this area. We recognize that we are visitors who live and work on Treaty 6 territory. 

WE GRATEFULLY ACKNOWLEDGE THAT THE LAND ON WHICH WE LIVE AND WORK IS TREATY 6 TERRITORY AND TRADITIONAL MEETING GROUND FOR MANY INDIGENOUS PEOPLES, INCLUDING THE PLAINS AND WOOD CREE, ASSINIBOINE, SALTEAUX, TSUU T'INA, NAKODA AND CHIPEWYAN. THEIR SPIRITUAL AND PRACTICAL RELATIONSHIPS WITH THE LAND CREATE A RICH HERITAGE FOR OUR COMMUNITY.

 

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Honouring the River Valley

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Business and Community Working Together

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Our store owner, Joe Clare, has always believed business should foster community, and not just take from the area where it is located. MTSO has a variety of community engagement initiatives, from protesting the proposed cutting of trees on the street, to free gardens, little free libraries and public art. 

As well as the mural on the side of the store, the mask sculptures and garden sculptures along the side, there is now a new art initiative housed in this little building that has so much going on!  There is now a window gallery (Gallery U) that exhibits art 24/7. 

This photo features some of these initiatives, and showing Joe teaching kids to garden and letting them put a little garden soil on his face!

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